Sodium Azide inside home COVID test kits. Which even in minute amount can cause organ damage

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by Brian Shilhavy

Editor, Health Impact News

Greg Reese of Infowars.com recently published a report that reveals a lethal drug called Sodium Azide that is included in Abbott’s BinaxNOW COVID-19 Home Test Kit has a history of killing people even in small doses.

The instructions for the test kit warn that this is a “hazardous” ingredient that is not to be touched, but that warning does not state that it could cause death or organ failures.

Greg produced this report as a warning for those who travel and may be rushed to take this test, which is authorized to be used with children as young as 2-years-old.

But since he published this report a few days ago, the Biden Administration has since stated that they are invoking the Defense Protection Act to spend $3 BILLION to purchase and make available a half billion of these COVID home testing kits for all Americans.

Why would they include such a dangerous drug in these home test kits?

One obvious reason is that these test kits are NOT approved by the FDA, but only given emergency use authorization (EUA), so the manufacturer is not responsible for any “accidents” that might happen causing organ failure or death.

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In addition to the obvious problems that these tests cannot possibly be accurate since the Omicron variant is fake to begin with, and that if used wrongly they have lethal consequences, the other problem is that you need to scan a QR code that is then sent to a “telehealth proctor” and now your private health information will no longer be private, but part of their database.

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